Plan Your Visit
Getting to Sequim
The Sequim Lavender Festival® is located in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Car rental is available in Seattle at SeaTac Airport or in Port Angeles, a neighboring town. Some routes to the Olympic Peninsula require ferry travel. For information about Washington State Ferries, click here
The Sequim Lavender Festival® is “Motorcoach Friendly.” For scheduling group tours and other information, email us.
In 2023, the Sequim Lavender Festival® is held at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim with Free Parking on Blake avenue as you enter from Washington Street. Many of our FREE farms can handle large buses. Please check with them for availability.
Get to the Olympic Peninsula either by the Edmonds ferry which goes to Kingston, the downtown ferry which goes to Winslow, Bainbridge Island or cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (head towards Bremerton). Follow the signs to the Hood Canal Bridge, cross the bridge and you’ll be on Route 104. This ends at Route 101. Follow the signs to Port Angeles and before you get there you will see signage for the festival in Sequim.
Clallam County’s public transportation district has launched an online trip planner through the Internet giant’s Google Maps service to help passengers navigate bus routes and make transfers into other counties. For more information visit Clallam Transit.
Address: 202 N Blake Ave, Sequim, WA 98382
BLACK BALL FERRY LINE – M.V. COHO The M.V. Coho provides a classic ship experience, linking Victoria, British Columbia and Port Angeles, Washington. This vehicle and passenger ferry provides year round daily service. Come and enjoy this scenic passage as part of your next trip. Our captain and crew look forward to welcoming you on board the ship! Black Ball Ferry Line recommends making reservations online at their website or you can contact them at. Port Angeles, Washington, USA Tel: (360) 457-4491 or Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Tel: (250) 386-2202 for information on schedules or rate.
Where to Stay and What to Do!
Sequim accommodations are limited and fill up quickly. There are many places to stay on the North Olympic Peninsula. Port Angeles is only 20 minutes west of Sequim and Port Townsend is 45 minutes east of Sequim. From Forks to Port Orchard, Bremerton and Bainbridge Island, there are extensive local attractions and amenities. We recommend that you check prices at different locations and accommodations before booking rooms as there is a great variation in prices during lavender season.
There are a host of things to do while in the area from visiting the Olympic National Park to kayaking. Many visitors stay for the whole week in order to enjoy the full festival and the surrounding area!
For information, visit any of the following websites:
Olympic Peninsula Visitors Bureau: www.olympicpeninsula.org 1-800-942-4042
Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce: www.portangeles.org
Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce: www.sequimchamber.com 1-800-737-8462
Visit Sunny Sequim: www.visitsunnysequim.com
Visitors Guide to the Olympic Peninsula: www.olympicpeninsula.org
Port Townsend Chamber of Commerce: www.ptchamber.org
Forks Chamber of Commerce: www.forkswa.com